I'm a Master’s student specializing in health policy at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. My current research focuses on co-design for health care improvement and innovation, examining some of the underlying assumptions about its value as a method of patient and public involvement.

One of my recent projects takes a population health approach to palliative care, focusing on how facilitate more frequent and higher-quality conversations around end-of-life care through dialogic tools.

Some of my research and practice interests include design ethics, public-public partnerships, and policy innovation. I'm currently a member of the Society of Service Innovation Professionals and Canadian Research Network for Care in the Community.

I am also the founder of Huddle and CONNECT Digital.


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